Jesse, clean it with a dry cloth and keep it dry. If you feel that it needs some treatment due to dryness try "Hide Food". You can get Hide Food at the Rolls Royce dealer's place in Devils Lake or at autogeek.com .
I bought this holster in your old stomping ground, the Fargo, ND gun show........... that Rolls dealer in Devils Lake could'nt make it so he switched to convertables.........Brrrrr...
Jesse, I would put a little hide food on the hinge and the top of the belt loops. Any part that is subject to cracking when bent is eligible. Dry aged leather is apt to surface crack when bent and a light coat of hide food will help to prevent it further. I would not necessarily put it all over the holster. The less application of any treatment is preferable in my opinion. Jerry Burney
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